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Disney logoTwo Disney DVDs 13*Two for 13 or BOGOF in selected stores

8 days left

Disney DVDs usually cost around £10 each (prices range from £7 to £19) but a spate of stores are offering two for £13. The DVDs can be difficult to get hold of in the run up to Christmas so now’s a good time to stock your Christmas cupboard.

Titles in the sales include Frozen, Dumbo, Finding Nemo and The Little Mermaid. ASDA also includes box sets like Narnia which are even better value. Here are the various offers:

  • Amazon* £13, two for £13 online with free delivery, offer on until Mon 10 Nov
  • ASDA* £13, two for £13 In-store and online, free delivery or click and collect
  • HMV £12.99, two for £12.99 In-store or £7.99 each online
  • Play.com £12.99, BOGOF online with free delivery
  • Tesco* £13, BOGOF In-store and online, free delivery or click and collect
  • Zavvi* £12.98, BOGOF online with free delivery
MSE Charlotte says:

We found prices for Cinderella could be as high as £19 so picking it up as part of this deal is a real bargain!

Tesco Direct logoTesco Direct 10% off iPads*Online code for all models. Gets iPad Air for 341

5 days left

Enter the code TD-LKR6 online at Tesco Direct* by Tue 7 Oct to get 10% off iPads. Delivery's free. Can't be used on iPads sold by Tesco partners (it'll be clear on the webpage if it's not sold by Tesco) or with other codes.

The code works on any size of iPad, here are the prices for the 16GB, wi-fi only versions using the code:

Apple is expected to launch a new iPad(s) in October and that's the likely reason for Tesco featuring this code. It’s possible Tesco might reduce these models even further once the new versions launch but stock is also likely to dwindle so it’s a gamble. 

See our Cheap iPads guide for full info.

Tesco logo13 Pol Aime Champagne*In-store and online at Tesco

Ongoing

Pol Aime Champagne is £12.99 at Tesco*. It's available in-store and online, delivery starts from £1.

Tesco has confirmed that this is the standard price for this champagne.

Please be Drinkaware.

Tesco logoTesco - school uniform from 7*In-store and online, from age 3-16

Ongoing

Get a whole school uniform (ages 3-16) from £7 at Tesco*, both in-store and online. Be aware, stock is limited at the moment on certain items.

What do you get?

Prices change depending on size. Different-sized stores get different ranges depending on size, so not all stores will have all items.

How to get the kit: In-store and online. Click and collect is free at over 900 stores.

Note: Often stores sell items in multipacks and it isn't possible to buy them individually. When we quote prices in our headlines we take this into account and quote the full cost of buying a whole school uniform using multipacks.

Tesco logoFamily, 16-25 and Senior Railcards 15 in Tesco pts*Get 50% off annual railcards by converting Tesco Clubcard points

15 = 30
Get a 16-25, Family & Friends or Senior railcard via Tesco Rewards* for 15 instead of the usual 30. You'll be sent a code that can be used on the Railcard checkout to give you up to a third off rail fares.
More info
While worth 1p in store, Clubcard points values are up to quadrupled when converted to Tesco Rewards*, which include days out, magazine subscriptions, holidays etc; eg, Alton Towers ticket for 11.50 of points, or a year's Company mag subscription for 8.

Other deals can be better value than the railcards but if you're buying them anyway, and don't need any other deals, it's a good conversion. Read more in the Loyalty Points Boosting guide. Also, check the railcard site for restrictions and to ensure you're eligible before exchanging your vouchers.

What discounts do the railcards get you?

16-25: A third off fares if you're over 16 and under 26.
Family & Friends: A third off adult and 60% off child fares, a minimum of one adult and one child, up to four adults and four children (age 5-15) can travel using one card.
Senior: Those 60 and over get a third off rail fares.

Tesco Clubcard logoWoburn Safari Park - swap Tesco Clubcard points*Convert your Tesco Clubcard points into Woburn Safari Park rewards

6 = 1 ticket

Every £6 of Tesco points is worth one ticket for Woburn Safari Park.

To get the offer, register or log in with Tesco*, then visit the Woburn Safari Park Clubcard rewards page* and enter the number of points you want to convert. At the checkout you will need to enter the codes on your Clubcard vouchers.

More info

Tokens are valid six months from issue and will be delivered by post. Excludes season tickets, family tickets, special events/shows, other promotions, discounts or offers, group bookings, online bookings and annual memberships.

Tesco logoTesco Photo 150 Clubcard points*Spend 5. New customers only

Ongoing
Spend 5+ on your first order online at Tesco Photo* within 60 days of registering and 150 Clubcard points will be credited to your account within six weeks. One set of points per Clubcard account.

Eurotunnel Le Shuttle logoEurotunnel swap Tesco Clubcard points*10 of Tesco Clubcard points can be swapped for 30 Eurotunnel vouchers

From Folkestone
Go online to Tesco* to convert your Clubcard vouchers. Tesco will send you an email token code within 24hrs.

Once you've got your code, make a booking by ringing 08448 79 70 88. Travel tokens can be used as full or part payment, but you won't get change; the remainder goes back on your Clubcard. Simply pay any extra on a debit or credit card (there are no fees).

Finally, be sure to arrive 30 minutes before your departure time.
MSE Michael says:

Spend Tesco points in-store and they're worth 1p, yet convert them to Tesco Rewards and they can be worth three or four times that value (see Boost Tesco points for details). Plus find old Tesco points you may not have spent. Read the Find Lost Tesco Points guide.

More info
Reward tokens can't be refunded, transferred or exchanged, used in conjunction with any other offers, Eurotunnel products such as insurance or travelling with a pet or with the frequent traveller programme or flexi plus tickets.

See the full T&Cs and Eurotunnel for more info.

Tesco logoFree eye test at TescoBook an appointment and turn up

Ongoing offer
Either book an eye test by phone (0845 601 3479) or visit one of 192 Tesco Opticians nationwide. To find a participating store, enter your postcode and filter to show 'opticians' on the Tesco store locator page.

RedSpottedHanky logoBuy tix via RedSpottedHanky with Tesco Rewards*Worth 1p in-store, convert Tesco CC points for 2x value

5 = 10
By converting Tesco Clubcard points into Tesco Rewards*, every 5 is worth 10 on rail site RedSpottedHanky*. Check the rest of this Cheap Train Deals note for individual operators' sales, though, as RedSpottedHanky's system doesn't usually factor in sale prices.
More info
While worth 1p in store, Clubcard points values are up to quadrupled when converted to Tesco Rewards*, which include days out, magazine subscriptions, holidays etc; eg, Alton Towers ticket for 11.50 of points, or a year's Company mag subscription for 8.

Other deals can be better value than going via RedSpottedHanky, but if you're buying them anyway, and don't need any other deals, it's a good conversion. Read more in the Loyalty Points Boosting guide.

Tesco logoFree football coaching for kidsFor boys and girls aged 5-11

Ongoing
Boys and girls aged 5-11 can take part in football coaching sessions running throughout the kids' school holidays. The programme, run by FA Tesco Skills, aims to improve dribbling, passing and shooting skills for all abilities.

Places are subject to availability and you must book in advance. Kids must be signed up by a parent or guardian. Free holiday football coaching sessions take place during every school holiday, except for Christmas. For more info visit the Tesco Skills website.
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Supermarket chain Tesco first started trading in 1924, and there are now over 2,300 stores in the UK alone. It offers a range of low price meals and ingredients, as well regular dine-in meal deals.

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